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Montana Natural Streambed and Land Preservation Act: 310-Law

The Natural Streambed and Land Preservation Act, also known as the 310 Law,  requires any individual or business proposing work in or near a perennial stream on private property to apply for a 310 permit through their local conservation district.

If you are planning to work in or around a stream, this law pertains to you.

To learn more, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

For applications and forms click here.

For meeting agendas or minutes click here.

To view a copy of the Adopted Rules click here.

For a printer-friendly, 1-page fact sheet about the 310 permit process, click here.

Read more about the history of Conservation Districts and the 310 Law.

 

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